Kano govt calls for calm, as appeal court delivers judgment
Kano state government has advised people in the state to remain calm and avoid acts capable of causing a breach of the peace as the Appeal Court delivers judgment tomorrow, Friday, in the appeal filed by the NNPP against the judgment of the Kano Governorship Election Tribunal.
In a statement issued to newsmen in Kano by the state commissioner for Information, Baba Halilu Dantiye, on Thursday, through Sani Abba Yola, Director Special Duties, Ministry of Information, said the advice becomes necessary as some may take advantage of the situation and cause breach of the peace.
Dantiye, who was reacting to tomorrow’s governorship election judgment by the Appeal Court in Abuja, stressed the need for people to maintain peace for the development of the state and country at large.
He also called on security agencies to double their efforts in ensuring that law and order are maintained as well as ensure full protection of the lives and properties of the citizens in the state.